Siah Armajani

Siah ArmajaniSiah Armajani was born in Tehran, Iran, in 1939. He designed the tower, bridge, and cauldron for the 1996 Centennial Olympics. Other works include The Chess Garden, Floating Poetry Room, Gazebo with Picnic Table, Room for Noam Chomsky: The Last Anarchist, and Room for the First Anarchist Henry David Thoreau. Fallujah, completed in 2004-2005, is hailed as a modern take on Picasso’s Guernica. Armajani works and lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

 

 


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CRY HAVOC! Poetry of War and Remembrance 1968-2008 | March 31, 2009
SYMPOSIUM II: Terror and Image: Poetry, the Built, and the Visual from Cambodia to El Salvador to Fallujah

Terror and Image: Poetry, the Built, and the Visual from Cambodia to El Salvador to Fallujah | 2009 Lannan Symposium | Cry Havoc from Lannan Center on Vimeo.

CRY HAVOC! Poetry of War and Remembrance 1968-2008 | March 31, 2009
SYMPOSIUM III: War and Remembrance: Surviving with Language and Memory

War and Remembrance: Surviving with Language and Memory | 2009 Lannan Symposium | Cry Havoc! from Lannan Center on Vimeo.